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. >> samsung electronics operates a fifth straight quarter, but sales flip. >>> and government is on track for the austerity measures as angela merkel gives up -- for election. >>> and aig just finished off paying off its massive bailout, but the company is now weighing on whether to sue the u.s. government over that very rescue. >> now 2013. >> it's been so long. how long has it been? >> months. >> better make the most of it, though. >> two days. >> yeah. two days. >> then it's onward. >> anyway, look, we're here. i still don't know what time zone and country i'm in. >> there was snow, right? >> there was. it was beautiful. >> on today's show, we hone in on samsung in seoul. i'm all frufterred because you're back. the electronic giant will expand its lead over apple this year. >> and we've got our chips in. and we'll head out to las vegas for the latest on the consumer electronics show. >> the trade deficit widens to its largest level in five years. >> and we'll get the latest from wall street on just how happy a new year bankers are likely to have. >> i hope it's not that happy. some wil
, not a month, every single day. that is what samsung is selling. why is the undisputed leader in the smartphones market. >> it is 12:00 noon in london, 7:00 a.m. in washington, d.c., 2:00 p.m. in the cairo, on a ridge with significance. two years from the uprising that toppled the mubarak regime, egypt democratically elected president, muhammad morsi, faces his own challenge. here is a live shot from the tahrir square, where thousands are gathered. it has been a tumultuous two years for egypt, marked by political infighting, protests, a deepening economic crisis. critics of president morsi 1 radical change to egypt's new constitution. we can cross live now to cairo to our correspondent. it is the two-year anniversary. one might think that would be cause for celebration, but it seems the mood is different where you are in tahrir square. >> yes, it is. president morsi called for today to be a day for egyptians to come together in celebration, but it is a different scene in tahrir square. let me show you friday prayers a short while ago. the numbers are into the thousands. if you
. >> live continues to get harder for many. one company currently experiencing surprising growth is samsung. it has announced record profits driven by impressive sales of smartphones. success is putting pressure on apple which lost its slot today as the most valuable company in the world. our technology correspondent reports. >> six years ago, the iphone was unveiled by steve jobs and went on to define the smartphone industry. now samsung has grabbed the lead. it is a giant conglomerate that makes everything from televisions to washing machines. it is smartphones that have transformed its fortunes and now contribute more than half the profits. their offering new smartphone users the same experience as apple for less. >> we're offering an attractive experience at an affordable price. for those who want to use facebook and e-mail, they do not need to pay the top of the range to get those services. >> apple has delivered outstanding results this week, but its shares have slid amid worries of its ability to come to something new. in the last quarter of 2012, it made over 8 billion pounds in pro
to be a goodyear for south korea's samsung electronics. both sales and operating profit rose to records driven by strong sales of smartphones. samsung said sales rose 22% from the previous year to around $190 billion. operating profit was quite a jump. 86% to $27 billion. more than half of its profit came from smartphones. samsung launched many new models and posted higher sales in emerging markets like china. the strong yuan is weighing on samsung. company related losses could amount to roughly $2.8 billion. they say they will work hard to provide higher quality frouts become more competitive. that want does it for biz this week. let's check in now on the markets. >>> aviation authorities in the united states and japan are keeping an even closer contact these days. most of their discussion involve the 787 dreamliner. the boeing made plane has been grounded following a series of problems. the biggest involves the jet's batteries. nhk world bring us up to speed on the investigation. >> translator: investigators are hoping to find out why the battery in the 787 caught fire while the plane was on
one company specifically targeting the bay area, samsung, building and hiring in silicon valley as we speak, and as you know, giving apple's iphone a run for its mobile money. but samsung has a much larger plan than just phones. it wants to be all over your house. >> the thing about this refrigerator is our system. >> reporter: like this refrigerator. not merely used to keep things cool. also used to keep you informed. >> our new refrigerator has a screen on it. you can use it as a baby monitor. maybe you want to look up recipes or listen to pandora while you're cooking. all that can be done. >> reporter: and while the company gave us a sneak peek into its next-generation mouse which you'll control with hand gestures, it also fired up its newest vacuum cleaner because when you think about devices communicating with wi-fi, you undoubtedly think about your vacuum cleaner, right? >> our new vacuum cleaner does have a camera on it. and you can control it from your samsung smartphone. so when someone spills the chips at my house, nobody get up. i'll just have the vacuum come out and we'll
continues to get harder for many. one company currently experiencing surprising growth is samsung. it has announced record profits driven by impressive sales of smartphones. success is putting pressure on apple which lost its slot today as the most valuable company in the world. our technology correspondent reports. >> six years ago, the iphone was unveiled by steve jobs and went on to define the smartphone industry. now samsung has grabbed the lead. it is a giant conglomerate that makes everything from televisions to washing machines. it is smartphones that have transformed its fortunes and now contribute more than half the profits. their offering new smartphone users the same experience as apple for less. >> we're offering an attractive experience at an affordable price. for those who want to use facebook and e-mail, they do not need to pay the top of the range to get those services. >> apple has delivered outstanding results this week, but its shares have slid amid worries of its ability to come to something new. in the last quarter of 2012 it made over 8 billion pounds in profit and s
large-screen tv sales by 2015. south korea's samsung electronics, the largest producer of lctvs has unveiled its new tv it will allow people to upgrade the function of their tvs and watch online video clips. >>> we've been starting off the new year find out about people in japan who are considered frontrunners in their fields. the focus of our next story spent years working to secure peace in conflict zones. she says stopping people from fighting is just the beginning of a long process. she spoke with nhk world. >> translator: in a line that is often blurred, she found her calling. >> i need to do something for that. >> reporter: and do something she has. she's helped to dissolve ethnic tensions, and worked on demining projects in asia, all in hopes. achieving some form of peace. >> 50 or 60 years ago, the war was mainly between the states. after late 1980s, it became inside the states. en i what's happenings right now is the expansion of terrorism. >> she has adapted to that change through her work, the japan center for conflict prevention. it doesn't just mediate talk between stat
and samsung continues today in a san jose courtroom. the two companies are fighting over patent and trademark infringement on several fronts. now, the hearing today could lead to a new ban on samsung products being sold here in the u.s. apple claims that 19 of samsung's devices, including the galaxy and note products, use eight apple patents and it's not being expected -- compensated. similar battles are being fought across europe. >>> sales in china may be down for kfc. this is after the chinese government started to support them with poultry. it expects a 6% drop in revenue in same sales stores there. sales in china had been expanding. >>> mcdonald's is expanding its test of a new menu tie tell. they could be adding mighty wings to its chicken offerings. they were tested successfully in atlanta and now chicago will get to try them. one thing that could keep them from going national is the increasing cost of wings. the prices have gone up on wings. >>> mcdonald's changing its name but only in australia. and only temporarily. the people of call it macs. it's in honor of australia day. [inaudi
to phones, this is the 5.5" samsung out this year but we will see more big phones like this and phones that are bigger, maybe 6" smartphones at the show. >> paul, which companies do you expect to be the big winners or those to generate buzz at the show? >> well, i think samsung is a very big company and in a lot different areas. other trend stuff we will hear about more wireless connections particularly between smartphones and other things. case in point is this box, they are starting to use smartphones to interact with other devices better so this, for example, you can put it on top of the box and it will charge the phone and send music to the sound box. in cars you will see a lot about what is called smartphone interaction with the cars where the content is displayed on the car screen. those are some of the things we expect to see. >> a lot about the mobile. thank you, paul. can't wait to hear more. >> it is 5:26. neighbors watch in horror as a woman is deliberately set on fire and the man are searching for the suspect. >> president obama will make a nomination for the secretary of d
and the judge in the apple samsung patent case denied samsung's request to keep some sales numbers private while the verdict is being appeal that had means apple and the rest of the world get a peek at detailed sales figures. stocks rally with the dow closing over 300 points higher after lawmakers put in finishing touches to keep part of the country fromù=x going ovr the fiscal cliff. your bloomberg silicon valley index also higher. and more world leaders seeing the value of twitter to communicate. 75% of world leaders are now on twitter with either personal, or government accounts. the number doubled in two years, most-followed leader in the world is barack obama. followed by hugo chavez. from bloomberg studios i'm cory johnson. >> cory, thank you. >> googlels  executive chairman is on his way to north korea on a private trip. it's an unofficial visit as north korea has no diplomatic relation was the u.s.. google previously hosted lower level north korean officials in april, 2011. the new leader says he wants to focus on technology. >> let's turn to the forecast now. i woke up today and igs[k
ago. you look at the third-quarter share loss. 14.6% down from 23% a year ago. you look at samsung's growth, and samsung at 31% of worldwide shipments, from 8.8%. so we're seeing these two sort of cross paths here with samsung on the upswing, samsung yesterday reporting a record year, and apple on the down side. >> how long is tim cook going to subsidize its biggest enemy, samsung, and not go to taiwan semiconductors? do something about this south korean invasion. samsung is apple around the world. >> no doubt about it. took that nice train from london to paris. it goes a lot faster than amtrak, just so you know. >> does it lose money every year? >> no apple iphones to be found. but you saw a lot of galaxiegal >> you know, i've got to tell you, apple, wow, what a powerful hurt it's being put on a lot of people. this was one of those stories that everybody owns, and now everybody's saying, what the heck. >> right. >> got to break some news here with mary thompson. i think she's back at headquarters, news on aig. >> as we all know, the company's board is meeting today. and evidently
. okay? look at that! that's a display from samsung that can flex and bend without breaking. i don't know. i just though that was amazing. they call it the yume, and they say it could be used in phones and tablets one day. he says the technology is unlikely to appear in a device as soon as this year, samsung just wanted to show off what it could do. certainly impressed me. >>> it's been 525 days since the u.s. lost its top credit rating. what are we doing to get it back? leon panetta has ordered departments to start cutting costs, in case they don't reach a deal on spending. probably a pretty smart move from the defense secretary. >>> now our third story "outfront." breaking news. the center for disease control has just told cnn that the flu is now at epidemic levels in the united states. right now, widespread, in 41 states. here's the latest map from the centers of disease control. all that red is high flu activity. now i'm going to flip it to show you the same time last year, green, minimal activity. i mean, a totally different picture. this year's flu season came sooner than expected a
pending an investigation. >>> bad news for apple following the lawsuit with rival samsung. cnbc's jackie deangelis live with that story and more. good morning. >> good morning, aaron. a federal judge rejected apple's request to increase $1 billion in damages that it was warded. the jury found samsung infringed on some but not all of apple's smartphone and tablets. the judge said the swrir got it right and not been able to -- asked for a new trial. >>> toyota is recalling for 752,000 corollas and matrix vehicles to fix airbags that could deploy when they're not supposed to. it has received reports of minor injuries and two accidents. the automaker is recalling 270 lexus i.s. vehicles because of a problem with the wipers that would cause them not to work in certain weather conditions like snow. back over to you guys fiemt jackie deangelis at cnbc. >>> a 4-year-old boy is in serious condition after being hit by a car. this happened in green belt. chopper 4 was over the scene on breezewood drive. the boy was with his father at the time of the accident. police are not saying what led to that
windows 8. >> one they recommend is samsung 13 inch ultrabook. but you'll safe money if you . >> consumer reports named two best byes. an ultrabook and for $700 a 13 inch bio ultrabook. can you take windows 7 and switch to it windows 8? consumer reports says that is best for those whose current computer has a touch screen. youó1/7 can down load the new windows 8 to be sure your pc is compatible. >> shark s back on the ice. >> yes. >> finally. >> just ahead when the season will get underway. >> plus, discovering in the back seat of a taxi giving new mean together phrase cash cab. >> coming up, lawmakers begin with a focus, taking aim at stricter gun control. >> prince charles taik talks about the role he'll take ons a grandfather what. he doesn't want his grandchildren to inherit. >> and now here is a look at what is ahead on abc 7 world news. >> hello there, carolyn and everybody in the bay area, more on the flu outbreak well. show you how to use q new tools to help you track germs marching through your neighborhood. >> and you can surprised to learn how many of us return christmas pre
top recommend samsung 13" for $850. you can save money if you get a laptop with traditional touch pad and no such screen. testers found the pad works fine with windows 8 but it is not as intuitive. >> consumer reports named two non-touch screen laptops the best, the 15 itch ultra book and the 13" bioultra book. can you take the end withs 7 and switch it over to windows 8? consumer reports says that option is best if those whose current computer has a touch screen. you can download the free windows 8 upgrade to make sure your pc is compatible. >> we are discussing what is interesting, we are not seeing delays from san francisco international airport. >> although the fog is around the san mateo bridge. we will show you the san mateo bridge and 87 in san jose, look how thick the fog is running to the san mateo bridge. it is tricky. can you see -- cannot see the san mateo bridge. the fog is thick. if it moves north the folks at the san francisco airport will be concerned. here is a look at live doppler 7 hd showing how quiet is it as far as radar. we have a lot of moisture in the air and
have four times the resolution of conventional high definition images. south korea's samsung electronics is the world's largest tv maker. people there have unveiled 85-inch and even 110-inch models. their tvs provide smooth streaming of online videos and voice-operated channel selection. sony has been selling 4k tvs since last year. the japanese electronics maker is the first to showcase a model with a 56-inch organic light-emitting diode screen. japanese electronics makers have been trying to launch 4k tvs ahead of their competitors. they want to turn around their struggling tv businesses. more headlines for you in business next hour. here's a check on markets. ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> the people at boeing trumpeted their 787 dreamliner saying travelers would fly into the future. but some are having trouble flying at all. a japan airlines plane on a runway in boston started leaking fuel just a day after a mishap involving another dreamliner. airport officials say about 150 liters of fuel spilled out before the plane was scheduled to take off. technicians checked things out, then dete
to play catchup with the likes of apple and samsung? >> it's 12:00 noon here in london, early morning in washington, and 9:00 p.m. in pyongyang, where the government has issued a chilling warning, claiming its nuclear weapons are designed to reach america. now, whether that's credible or not, it's certainly the most provocative statement to come since kim jong un came to power, and it's not just rhetoric in what's being referred to as a new phase in its struggle with the historic enemy. north korea says it's planning a third nuclear test. for more on that, we can join lucy williamson, who's following developments in neighboring seoul. lucy? >> thanks, george. yes, there's been months of speculation here in south korea as to whether the north was planning a third nuclear test. today we got confirmation not only that it was, but also that it was a warning to the united states. so if those u.n. sanctions this week were meant to dissuade pyongyang, they seem to have had the opposite effect. six weeks after it launched a long-range rocket and just a day after receiving extra u.n. sanctions
minister shen zoe abe asked the bank of japan to adopt a 2% inflation target officially. samsung electronics rebounded about 2% on bargain hunting. the kospi snapped a five-day losing streak, ending higher by .75%. and the options over china gave a lift to the australia markets. the asx 200 reversed earlier losses to end marginally in the green. data showed china's imports of iron ore soared past 17 million pounds for the month of december. the sensex is trading lower by about .1%. >> sixuan, thank you. we'll keep you again here in europe. the ftse 100 is at the highest level of the last year for a close. the ftse 100 up .06. the ibex down 10, the cac 40 down 11 points. a couple markets, forced into releasing results last night. there was a leak and then having the full conference call, disappointing figures marks & spencer trading down 4.74%. pretty good numbers for tesco. a bit of a shocker last year, not the same this year. the stock right now, up 2.2% be, as well. ten-year spanish yields ahead of that, a little higher. italian yields, up 4.25%. and the bank of england coming
screens from sony, samsung and sharp. cisco system applying cable networking to the internet.; y and a device transmitting air waives through your skull. >> and you may find biggest innovations this year in software. developers have been hard at work. crowds start networking someí., will exchange cards, others trade details using a map. >> we created bump to bump thumbs together to share information. >> now there is a new app called flunk. >> we thought it would be great. >> it let's you share photo was people you were with. >> you take photo was the phone. thought about flocking. then it sends you a notification saying you have five photos you took. do you want to share snem. >> results can be photos you might never have seen but idea is big yefr. bump is about what you intend to do, flock is about what your phone infirms you might want to do. >> we think it's a big trend. >> we've seen a handful of apps trying to guess your intentions like pass book or google now telling when you the next bus is coming. google now understands who you are, where you are. what you're likely to
're showing off organic light emitting diodes, lg and samsung talk about 4k television. give it time and we'll all call it a better package. this tv is super thin with the slightly curved screen so everyone can see better. >> that's the best part with the five-degree curve. it opens it up for the audience. there's not a bad seat in the house anywhere. >> reporter: another trend, greener tv sets. scoring higher ratings with environmentalists. >> the whole manufacturing process from supplies to -- from cradle to cradle. from beginning to end. the designers considerate it, the engineers consider it and we make sure everything is easy to recycle, easy to take apart. >> reporter: big screen, big show. in the big picture,he tv making industry is getting a little thin. all right. thin and big. we also have a lot of smaller gadgets that don't get a whole lot of attention but they're cool. this you attach to your bicycle. you pedal and it generates energy. we have a lot of ultra books. you still see a lot of these hybrid laptop/tablet computers. this is a digital scale. it actually connects to your
, the blackberry 10. it's make or break for the company whose products have been eclipsed by apple and samsung. many say the success will determine whether research in motion stays in business. the blackberry 10 will be unveiled thursday. >>> and it's that time of year again when the bills from all of that holiday shopping, he start pouring in. but experts are warning, don't delay when this comes to paying them. news 4's liz crenshaw explains why one late payment can affect your entire financial life. >>> i have spent years building my credit and being reliable and dependable and a conscientious consumer. >> for this woman in maryland, it only took one late bill to damage her credit. >> i bought $61 worth of clothes. >> that's it sm. >> that's it. >> she paut a dress to wear to her mother's funeral. the retailer offered her a discount if she opened a new credit card. sounded good to her. the problem? >> i never received a bill. >> she never received the bill because of a mixup on her address. she never thought about it until she got a notice in the mail. >> i got a letter from a credit card co
to address. >> brian, we got to let you go. real quick, samsung? i read that they may have, at least the gossip is, they may have a screen that won't break? it's a flexible screen? i'm excited if this is true. >> yes, so samsung has a huge product announcement and a lot of innovations. they're going to be showing off flexible displays. small and large, so smart phone and tv. but they're going to have a brand new product and i think that will be probably the most applicable thing to the earnings on samsung over the next year or two because it will go to market. >> brian white, thank you for w joining us this morning. >> coming up, several stocks on the move this morning. we'll check in with jim cramer at the new york stock exchange. that's nextment ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] don't just reject convention. drown it out. introducing the all-new 2013 lexus ls f sport. an entirely new pursuit. [ male announcer ] how do you make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of
. with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook phase his first real test -- faces his first real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol costello. thank you very much for joining me today. "cnn newsroom" continues right now with ashley ban field. >>> thank you very much, carol. hello, nice to have you with us. there is nothing like an election to focus the attention of lawmakers and presidents. just look at how fast immigration reform went back on the front burner after president obama won more than 70% of the hispanic vote in november. as we speak, the president is en route to nevada. a state that he carried by more than six points over mitt romney despite an imploding economy there. any guesses who kept that state blue? the president is pitching a comprehensive immigration rewrite that may sound a lot like the senate plan that was unveiled yesterday. however, it will not sound identical. cnn's brianna keilar joins me from the white house now. so will the president propose something completely different than what the senate has already done, and is
sound is actually a case, a case for your -- this one in this case this is the samsung galaxy note but the back of the case, opens up like this and like a trumpet effect i would say. it increases the sound if you're watching movies or listening to music, we use a smartphone to listen to music or a spokerphone for a group, amplifies the sound. you can see for this one it's actually a sand and the smart sound. very, very cool i think. and again, a simple idea that adds to some really high tech products. >> really cool. the ces is a big car show which i didn't know so tell us some of the cool things you could get for your car. >> well, it's a big car show annual it's a big app show, also. and here is the viper. this is from -- this is on an iphone. this is an app that you hook up with your car and this is the viper smart start and start your car from your iphone. and you can also use this with siri. i can't do that in the studio but you can tell siri to start the car. for those of us in the northeast, cold winter's morning or the hot area, a hot day, get the air conditioning or heat g
because ultimately this will go out. ultimately this should do very well. they're using display, samsung galaxy 3 and other products. people love it. the resolution is phenomenal. just a matter when they get it out. meantime they have missed the street, three quarters in a row. insiders are buying a whole lot of stock. consumer electronics show should be big. liz claman will be out there. shibani will be out there. this could be big news for them. ashley: happy new year. >> happy new year. tracy: every kid will want a green slime tv. >> every parent too. ashley: green slime tv. tracy: it is organic in. that is nasty, like bugs live in it. ashley: it lives and breathe. as we do every 15 minutes, let's check the markets. nicole petallides on the floor of the nyse. transocean shares are jumping. >> this is a big deal. a big deal on the fact of money they set aside what they will have to pay out is actually less than what they set aside. this is news for them, great news for them to have clarity. to have the whole thing done. let's start off and let's look at transocean. rig is the tickle sy
forgot how good these taste! [ lucky ] ♪ they're magically delicious with a samsung galaxy ii from we straight talk wireless.one i forgot how good these taste! he'll get the same great nationwide coverage for half the cost. let's see if he notices. everyone noticed. joe saved $950 a year. enough to buy some sweet mother of glory pyrotechnics. rock on, abigail. rock on. same phones, same networks. half the cost. a samsung galaxy s ll with unlimited everything just $45 a month. straight talk wireless. only at walmart. >> they're starting off the new year with a brand new look. ambush makeovers zoosh he is the no nonsense reality star serving up sass. >> oh, look at nene. look what kathie -- >> plus, how to look like a million bucks on a dime. we have beauty insider tricks. local news -- >> what else? >> weather. >> i've heard that rumor. >> okay. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. th
the good work. do more with the new samsung galaxy note ii. for a limited time get two flipcovers for the price of one. exclusively at verizon. >>> a deadly car bombing in iraq stirring violence. kate bolduan has the latest. >> at least 15 people were killed and dozens were injured when the bomb went off at a bus station filled with religious pilgrims. it happened less than 50 miles south of baghdad. the bombing comes from protests of sunni. a very different story. actor gerard depardieu joked that putin sent him a passport but it may be true. he says he paid 85% of his income in tacks. now putin is offering him citizenship if he wants it along with a 13% flat income tax rate that comes with it. >>> and president obama was some 5,000 miles away in hawaii, enter the auto pen. the president reviewed a digital copy of the bill and aides used the auto pen to put his signature on it rather than commissioning a special flight to send a hard copy of it to hawaii. >>> inauguration day for president obama is less than three weeks away and unless you want something to celebrate with the ina
own breakthrough product. with competitors like samsung setting their own sales records, cook phase his first real test -- faces his first real test of leadership. dan simon, cnn, san francisco. >>> i'm carol
in recent years by competitors such as apple and samsung. many say it will decide whether blackberry's parent company, research in motion, stays in business. the blackberry 10 will be unveiled on thursday. >>> this morning, actor burt reynolds steams seems to be on the road to recover o i. he's being treated for flu and dehydration in a florida intensive care unit. his manager says the actor's fever is down and should be out of the icu very soon. he's 76 years old. looks marvelous. >> he sent a statement out saying his mustache is doing okay, too. >>> the hit movie argo won the top honor at producer's guild award. it won outstanding producer of motion picture award. beat out lincoln, "les miserables" and others. it goes into the academy award with a lot of momentum. the oscars are next month. >>> well, cooking healthy meals on a budget can be tough. but one group is making it easier for families in need. nbc's miguel almaguer reports. >> a working mother of two married to an army staff sergeant and studying to become a nurse. these days stacy has a lot on her plate. she's feeding her
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